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install 3d party certificate for OMA

I am having a stupid day today, I know I know how to do this, and I know I know how to use Google as well, but I can't make my braing work at all.
I need a step-by-step that I can send to a remote site admin how to install a purchased certificate on his Exchange box for OMA users.  The CEO just bought a fancy James-Bond cellphone that says it will talk to Exchange 2003 via OMA, so now we gotta make it work.
Exchange 2003 Enterprise edition, clustered on Windows 2003 Enterprise edition, clustered, with an OWA front-end server running Exchange 2003 standard on Windows 2003 standard....
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SembeeCommented:
What OS is the phone?
If it is Windows Mobile then you will not have any problems.
If it anything else, then you could have issues depending on who supplied the certificate.

To purchase the SSL certificate a request would have been created. All that needs to be done is go back in to the same place and process the certificate.
Do not enable require SSL though, as that can cause problems with OMA integration. It makes calls on port 80 internally and require SSL breaks that.

Simon.
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